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  1. I did find something some days ago in the OpenComputers.cfg in the config folder. Guess both approaches address the same object. Guess this will have to make do. Thanks!
  2. They are a bit outdated, and I really wish to know more about setting up a network using a server, I am just beginning to learn LUA, programming and computing in general, but I am really interested! Seems like quite the task, and I only wish I could help myself. I am proud, however, I am learning a lot so far!
  3. I don't know if something like this has been tried before, I certainly haven't found a thing. I was wondering if it was possible to make a mod, or a feature for OpenOS, when running on Tier 1 hardware (specifically graphics card and monitor), to run in a greenish hue, as in phosphor screen, reminiscing of Apple II computer and the like. Kudos for adding it's booting sounds (that distinctive floppy drive sound). I've tried this myself but I am virtually incompetent when it comes to programming, and all my attemps returned nothing . Is merely aesthetical, and I think it would add a nice touch of computer development, since Tier 2 and Tier 3 provide a much better GUI: a feeling of technological progression. Who knows, maybe tier the floppies too! A tier 1 8inch drive, a tier 2 5-1/4inch drive, and then the Tier 3, currently present, 3-1/2inch drive. So yes, I am basically asking for a vintage computing tech tree mod, would be happy with just the green screen hue, though. Thank you for your feedback!
  4. Ain't this a nice little program! Can I use this with linked cards too? Also, I am trying to make an FTP server, can I fire up the program and keep it listening for files till I shut it down? Thanks!
  5. Hey, awesome work here! But I cannot get it to work using linked cards. Also, when creating a new file, the file is saved in the server, but not its contents, i.e when I edit it, it returns a blank page.